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French parliament debates 'deep sleep' bill for end of life

09 Mar 2015

PARIS France's parliament will debate a bill on Tuesday allowing patients on the brink of death to stop treatment and enter a "deep sleep" until they die, a move some critics say amounts to euthanasia in disguise.

French parliament debates 'deep sleep' bill for end of life

09 Mar 2015

PARIS France's parliament will debate a bill on Tuesday allowing patients on the brink of death to stop treatment and enter a "deep sleep" until they die, a move some critics say amounts to euthanasia in disguise.

French parliament debates 'deep sleep' bill for end of life

09 Mar 2015

PARIS France's parliament will debate a bill on Tuesday allowing patients on the brink of death to stop treatment and enter a "deep sleep" until they die, a move some critics say amounts to euthanasia in disguise.

Le Pen woos French farm vote as malaise deepens

26 Feb 2015

PARIS French far-right leader Marine Le Pen was admiring a prize Charolais cow at a Paris farm fair on Thursday when five young farmers appeared before her demanding to take 'selfie' photographs with their favorite politician.

Le Pen woos French farm vote as malaise deepens

26 Feb 2015

PARIS French far-right leader Marine Le Pen was admiring a prize Charolais cow at a Paris farm fair on Thursday when five young farmers appeared before her demanding to take 'selfie' photographs with their favourite politician.

SIM maker Gemalto says spies probably did hack it but plays down impact

25 Feb 2015

PARIS/FRANKFURT U.S. and British spies are likely to have hacked into SIM card maker Gemalto in an attempt to steal codes that protect the privacy of billions of mobile phone users, the company said, as it sought to downplay the impact and ruled out legal action.

SIM maker Gemalto says spies probably did hack it but plays down impact

25 Feb 2015

PARIS/FRANKFURT U.S. and British spies are likely to have hacked into SIM card maker Gemalto in an attempt to steal codes that protect the privacy of billions of mobile phone users, the company said, as it sought to downplay the impact and ruled out legal action.

French government tells rebels: back us or go

18 Feb 2015

PARIS France's ruling Socialists threatened to evict any rebel backbenchers from the party if they joined a no-confidence vote against the government scheduled for Thursday, underscoring growing tensions in coalition ranks.

French government tells rebels: back us or go

18 Feb 2015

PARIS France's ruling Socialists threatened to evict any rebel backbenchers from the party if they joined a no-confidence vote against the government scheduled for Thursday, underscoring growing tensions in coalition ranks.

No to Netanyahu: Jews' loyalty to Denmark runs deep

17 Feb 2015

COPENHAGEN/PARIS Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's calls for Jews to move to Israel after attacks in Paris and Copenhagen may strike a chord with thousands of French Jews but will likely fall on deaf ears in Denmark.

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